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in with mother and daddy. also in this audience is my white house baby. lucinda. she spent her first two months living in the white house. three months, i guess. ok. so, i have pictures of her in her baby basket and all that in the white house. lucinda in the east room, lucinda in the lincoln bedroom. [laughter] that was very exciting. you always did feel that you were surrounded by history and that the memories of all the other people who had lived there or surrounding new and that you had something to live up to. i think the hardest thing is what mother said about don't do anything you ever want to see on the front page of "the new york times." because you do not want to embarrass your family or do anything that would bring aggravation to them. i would go somewhere and somebody my age would say my mother did not want me to do this but when i had read that you had done it -- [laughter] nobody wants to be an example. i don't care whether who it is. nobody wants to have to live up to an image that is not real. i think that was the most difficult part. for instance, i got to meet carl sandburg. i
scandalous makeovers. >> here we go. lucinda, 47 years old from arizona. this married mother of six has had the same style for as long as she can remember. she has always been tempted to go for a shorter haircut but is scared to chop it herself. she is going to go short. let's listen to her story. >> we had to bully your mother into this. you think that she is ready? >> i think she is ready. she needs hair color and she's had the same look for a few years. so see what happens. >> now that you're inside with us, how are you feeling? i know you were shaking outside. >> little nervous, but it will be okay. excited. >> oh, my gosh. >> you're in great hands. >> you certainly are. her daughter caitlin is here has her blindfold on. please keep it on till i give you the green light. here is lucinda before. let's see the new you. oh, i love it. >> oh, my gosh. >> yes. >> ready to take off your blind fold? take it off, honey. >> oh, my gosh! >> lucinda, come to me. now turn around and look right here in this mirror. >> oh, my gosh. >> look how beautiful you are. >> look right at this camera. >> that'
is my white house baby. lucinda. she spent her first two months living in the white house. three months, i guess. ok. so, i have pictures of her in her baby basket and all that in the whtie house. lucinda in the east room, lucinda in the lincoln bedroom. [laughter] that was very exciting. you always did feel that you were surrounded by history and that the memories of all the other people who had lived there or surrounding new and that you had something to live up to. i think the hardest thing is what mother said about bill and do anything you ever want to see on the front page of "in new york times." because you do not want to embarrass your family or do anything that would bring aggravation to them. i would go somewhere and somebody my age would say my mother did not want me to do this but when i had read that you had done it -- [laughter] nobody wants to be an example. i don't care whether who it is. nobody wants to have to live up to an image that is not real. i think that was the most difficult part. for instance, i got to meet carl sandburg. i was taking an english literature clas
first contact with the enemy, said the slaves or lucinda to be fluid are but a few that work up front when you establish plans and you know who's who and has command-and-control, it makes it easier when something happens to be with her kick into response mode. the other thing, this is kind of the new evolving area as well, but there's an cyberinsurance products available as well if your company particularly involves a lot of personal information, credit cards, bank accounts, private data. this can be particularly valuable insurance coverage for you, although i've seen some of these applications. they are very arrow and what they want to know about. if you haven't adapted your best practices, your insurance premiums will be significantly higher if you're dealing with people want more people want more readers want to get ahold of come you're probably presenting a larger risk as well. it's a relatively new market and i don't know that sum of the actuarial models have been perfected yet. so every insurer comes out of the little. you'll see some as an omission. some of the writers to gener
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